Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
GCP Infrastructure Investments LSE:GCP London Ordinary Share JE00B6173J15 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.40p -1.16% 118.80p 118.80p 119.20p 120.70p 117.80p 120.70p 820,565 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 54.4 9.0 13.2 939.67

GCP Infrastructure Investments Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/11/2017
23:09
cheers rik wllm
wllmherk
16/11/2017
21:03
This should bounce back,good regular dividend and mix of assets in portfolio : 23% PFI 16% social housing and 61% renewables from link below: hxxps://www.graviscapital.com/funds/gcp-infra/portfolio
rik shaw
16/11/2017
20:11
Ive got 6k in this Stewart and happy to hold, cracking dividend. wllm
wllmherk
16/11/2017
08:35
I was amazed when I checked back and saw that this stock has crashed nearly 10% on the year. Just a few points, interest rate rises have been slower than would have been predicted 12 months ago and now the MPC is wimping out going further. Jeeze do Market makers actually save in cash...my Britannia fixed rate bond post rate rise is up for renewal on 1 December...a cut from 1.6% to 0.75%. That's one wanging its way to my Hargreaves account. May be not GCP, this is clearly one the Market hates. Having ten grand in it is enough for now.
stewart64
15/11/2017
11:18
An updated (September) Portfolio
skinny
15/11/2017
10:37
Conditional investment commitment of c. £52 million - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/gcp-infra-inv-ltd--gcp-/rns/conditional-investment-commitment/201711150926124882W/ The Board of GCP Infra, which is the only UK listed fund focused primarily on investments in UK infrastructure debt, is pleased to announce that the Company has entered into a conditional, binding commitment to subscribe for a series of loan notes (the "Loan Notes") with a value of c. £52 million, the proceeds of which shall be used to finance investments in five operational onshore wind farms located across the UK (the "Projects"). Each of the Projects is in receipt of renewable obligation certificates, a government-sponsored mechanism for promoting renewable electricity generation in the UK. The Company's conditional investment is subject to the receipt of third party consents to the proposed transaction. The subscription for the Loan Notes, if issued, will be funded by the Company from its available resources at the relevant time. The Loan Notes, if issued, will be issued by an intermediary company set up for these purposes.
speedsgh
28/7/2017
13:03
Because it is a Jersey company no stamp duty would have been payable.
mad foetus
28/7/2017
10:51
Thanks speed - it was on mine - I'll query it.
dendria
28/7/2017
09:46
dendria - Stamp duty was not charged on my recent purchase.
speedsgh
28/7/2017
08:20
Do we have stamp duty on GCP if it's a closed-end fund? I think the stamp changed but not sure on current exemptions (other than AIM).
dendria
14/7/2017
15:28
Straight From a Reliable Source - The Times, Business Markets Section. For investors seeking an even more reliable investment, there is GCP Infrastructure Investments. This provides debt to projrcts that have the support of the public sector. This means that in the wildly unlikely event that a project gets into trouble GCP ranks ahead of equity owners in getting their money back. The debt that GCP Infrastructure holds in PPP or PFI projects, clean energy & increasingly in social housing returns 8.7 per cent. Out of this, the fund pays dividends that, at present price, provide a 6 per cent yield. Investors are asked each year to approve a programme of placings that will fund future investment, £260 million or so in the current year. This is efficient because shares can be issued as the money is needed, rather than in one go, which produces 'cash drag' - poor returns from keeping it in the bank. Yesterday the first £50 million was issued from the present programme. The shares at £126p, have kept pace with those other infrastructure funds. For the ultra-cautious investors, GCP is as good as it gets.
bothdavis
10/7/2017
07:06
I see that the Board are doing a placing again. This time a 3p discount for their city chums and they have to settle by the 18th July so that they can qualify for another 1.9p subsidy (sorry, ex-dividend date).Pigs & trough come to mind.
warrior boy
01/6/2017
13:32
Whilst it has pulled back a bit in the last few weeks, GCP is still trading at just under 14% premium to NAV... Ian Cowie: the infrastructure party is getting out of hand - HTTP://citywire.co.uk/investment-trust-insider/news/ian-cowie-the-infrastructure-party-is-getting-out-of-hand/a1021308
speedsgh
01/6/2017
10:39
Ah yes I see tomorrow's placing is associated with the scrip. It's on my watch list but I'm not following it closely enough! Looks a solid 6% DY but I'm not sure how much is 'floating rate' - they do state the fund 'offers partial inflation protection'.
dendria
01/6/2017
09:22
Hi Dendria,Thanks for the reply.The 480,000 shares you refer to are the Scrip Dividend shares. So, rather than paying out the divvy in cash, some shareholders elect to take physical shares in lieu of the cash. This happens every quarter and doesn't (and shouldn't) have any dilutive effect on the share price At the present share price of 125.3p the divvy is just over 6%.Might have to wait a few more days to see if other things are going on.WB
warrior boy
01/6/2017
09:02
They have another 480,949 shares being placed tomorrow (2 Jun 17). Placing programmes always hold back the share price Been on my watch list for some time - might be a good entry point.
dendria
01/6/2017
07:53
SP dropped by over 4p in last 10 days - any ideas why?Still not heard anything about the 215 Million shares that they could place (with institutions at a discount to NAV).Wondering if the 2 events are related?Any thoughts would be appreciated.
warrior boy
11/2/2017
07:55
This one is new to me and was sorely tempted to buy some until I read the rns on the placing programme. It looks like they haven't raised all the funds they intend to yet and given they have form on discounting at a rate greater than the annual divi (so they will possibly/ quite likely do the same) then what's the point of PIs holding these until this programme is complete ?
davr0s
22/11/2016
18:23
Thks warrior
toolsmoker
22/11/2016
09:39
1.9p making 7.6p for year.That's an annual divvy rate of 6.0% based on a buy price of 126.5 earlier this morning.
warrior boy
21/11/2016
16:17
Warrior what divi on 25th ?
toolsmoker
18/11/2016
19:18
I forgot to say that the 6.8% discount is more than the annual yield so it does hurt.WB
warrior boy
18/11/2016
19:14
Totally agree with you, I'd like to get some at a good discount too. The only silver lining is that the share price should be lower than expected when the dividend comes on 25 November. Not much of a silver lining I admit.I don't like these placings especially at such a large discount.WB
warrior boy
18/11/2016
14:12
How is it right to (effectively) take money from the small investor and give it to institutional investors - without warning - via 'placings'?
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